GEORGIA — A vast energy outage struck Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Sunday—prompting the FAA to announce a belligerent stop.
Officials contend the outage occurred at 12:55 p.m.
WiFi and dungeon phone service were also affected.
“A energy outage has impacted several areas in the airport,” the trickery wrote on social media. “#ATL officials are operative to pill the situation. Additional updates to come…”
A energy outage has impacted several areas in the airport. #ATL officials are operative to pill the situation. Additional updates to come
— Atlanta Airport (@ATLairport) Dec 17, 2017
The Hartsfield-Jackson airport is famous to be the busiest airport in the world.
Power still out at Terminal B Atlanta Airport. Raining. Planes seem to be landing, but held watchful for gates. No one loading or departing. Several fire emergency vehicles dashed by. Viewed from windows at gate. People are calm. Only emergency lighting.
— Helen Tjader (@TjaderHelen) Dec 17, 2017
Delta is wakeful of a energy outage at @ATLairport inspiring airport concourses and depot buildings. Flight disruptions are approaching as a outcome and Delta business are speedy check the standing of their moody around the Fly Delta Mobile App or https://t.co/lVlOjYwO0A https://t.co/mJ8NhFTGW9
— Delta (@Delta) Dec 17, 2017
The energy just went out all over the Atlanta airport. It’s frightful af. I’m hitch to start praying in tongues.
— X. (@ugottachill_b) Dec 17, 2017
Hartsfield–Jackson is an general airport located 7 miles south of Atlanta’s executive business district.